When we take hold of the Bible, it is easy to forget the significance of what is in our hands. When you think about it, Scripture is unlike anything else in our life. There is something about Scripture that makes it distinct from all other literature works in history. We say it's God's word. We call … Continue reading What’s So Great About Scripture?
Is it significant that Christ is preached? Is it important that Scripture is preached from? In Romans 10:17, the Apostle Paul tells us that faith comes through hearing and hearing through the word of Christ. What does it mean that faith comes through hearing? What does it mean that they hear the word of Christ? … Continue reading The Word of Christ Collects and Builds
Tullian Tchividjian has a blog post on the Gospel Coalition website. In that website he interacts with Mike Horton on trying to flush out what it means for the Gospel to change to life of the believer. Do we now fall into Antinomianism where we can do whatever we wish? Or is Legalism on the … Continue reading Mike Horton talks about the Indicative and Imperative teachings
Mike Horton discusses his Gospel Driven trilogy (Consisting of Christless Christianity, The Gospel Driven Life, and The Gospel Commission). Listen how his latest book The Gospel Commission fits in the flow of thought from description, prescription to application.
Michael S. Horton Before the average believer today learns what Reformed theology (i.e., Calvinism) actually is, he first usually has to learn what it’s not. Often, detractors define Reformed theology not according to what it actually teaches, but according to where they think its logic naturally leads. Even more tragically, some hyper-Calvinists have followed the … Continue reading Reformed Theology vs Hyper-Calvinism